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Why Greek Yogurt Probiotic?


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Warning: For topical use only. Do not use if you have Dairy allergies.

Greeks have long been in search of the fountain of youth. It should come as no surprise that for centuries now, they have been boosting their skin care routine with the very same item that we have in our refrigerators: Greek Yogurt!

Regarded the world over as a probiotic superfood, Greek yogurt boasts two and a half times the amount of protein as regular yogurt. Protein, whether in the skin products we use or in our diet, helps in repairing skin tissues, making it more radiant and young-looking. By boosting your skin care routine with protein-rich Greek yogurt, you deliver the same benefits to your skin that protein delivers to your body—helping to nourish, strengthen and repair.

Yogurt also contains lactic acid, an organic compound that aids in diminishing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines by tightening and shrinking pores. It also has exfoliating properties that transform your skin from being dry and dull to lighter and softer. Rich in vitamin B, yogurt comes packed with 20 to 30% of the daily-recommended value of riboflavin that keeps skin glowing and hydrated and aids in cell-growth and regeneration.

Stayed too long under the sun? Use plain yogurt to help soothe inflamed skin. The probiotics in yogurt calm the skin by promoting cell-renewal repairing the lipid barrier in dehydrated skin. While essentially good for all skin types, a yogurt-infused skin care routine is particularly beneficial for those with oily skin or those prone to breakouts because its zinc content regulates oil production and works as a mild astringent. It also carries anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.

Skin conditions like rosacea, eczema, psoriasis and other forms of dermatitis greatly benefit from this natural wonder. Probiotic Yogurt nourishes your skin, feeding it from the outside in; and, that is the very definition of a Skin Superfood.